Food and Drink
Cakes and Food
A Newcastle city centre venue, that has been three years in the planning and has cost £1.5m to create, has opened its doors to the public.
Leila Lily’s, at Grey Street – the most exclusive, prestigious address in the city - is the first venue on Tyneside to house three distinct areas; a bar, restaurant and nightclub, all under one roof.
And no expense has been spared to make it the most opulent, theatrical and impressive destination in the city.
For the very first time, Daily Mail wine writer Matthew Jukes is bringing his ‘100 Best Australian Wines’ Roadshow to the South West. The evening wine tasting, which is taking place in association with South West Wine School, is being held at Exeter Castle on Thursday 10th October from 6 – 9pm. Tickets are currently available on www.southwestwineschool.co.uk and at £20 per person will sell out quickly so book now to avoid disappointment.
Editor Victoria Galligan took her children to Bill’s at the Trafford Centre for lunch and found a little oasis of calm among the hustle and bustle of the retail emporium…
Nestled within the chic New Orleans area of the Trafford Centre, lies a quirky little restaurant where you can get away from all the busyness of your shopping trip and enjoy some truly delectable food.